Category: Detect




Lower cost infrared imaging systems improving your weather forecast.

The result of this approach is a more cost-effective MCT IR detector capable of withstanding environmental stressors more effectively, making it ideal for various applications, including meteorologica [...]

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Continuous non-invasive glucose sensing on the horizon with the development of a new optical sensor.

Researchers at TMOS, the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Transformative Meta-Optical Systems, have taken an important step towards eliminating this discomfort. Their RMIT Universi [...]

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Breathtaking: the whistle that might save lives

TMOS Researchers are hopeful the new Ketowhistle could spare people living with diabetes from invasive tests and help them take control of their health. [...]

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Bright idea: new LEDs can detect off food and lethal gases

Researchers from TMOS have developed a device that is essentially a tuneable LED and photodetector  that could identify a suite of gases, potentially including lethal ones, improving the safety of fi [...]

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The Good Fight: Advance in flexible photodetector could improve monitoring of greenhouse gases

There will soon be a new tool to fight global warming with the development of lightweight flexible light sensors that can simultaneously image across a wide spectral range, from the visible to the inf [...]

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From Dark Nights to Safe Highways: New Infrared technology delivering 360-degree vision on the road

Anyone whose rearview camera has saved them from a broken bumper knows the value of eyes in the back of your head. That’s why new cars come complete with rear-facing visible cameras, RADAR and near- [...]

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Saving lives by seeing through the smoke

When a building is on fire, every second counts. It can mean life or death for trapped victims and no emergency responder wants to be slowed down because they can’t see through walls of smoke. But f [...]

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New nanowire sensors are the next step in the Internet of Things

A new miniscule nitrogen dioxide sensor could help protect the environment from vehicle pollutants that cause lung disease and acid rain. [...]

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Australian research helping self-driving cars get on the road

Researchers from the Australian National University and TMOS, an Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence, have developed a highly sensitive self-powered single photon detector that could be u [...]

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Phobia of needles? New research could spell the end for blood testing.

Researchers from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and TMOS, an Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence, have made new progress towards the development of mid-infrared nanophotonics, [...]

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